Award-Winning Artist Builds Epic Sculptures from Pieces of Cut Metal Sheets

A lady that bends metal like a superhero, Georgie Seccull is a super talented and extremely meticulous sculptor and installation artist from Australia. Exploring our individual and collective perceptions of polarities in existence, and the way they inform our reality, Seccull’s art is a unique experience for both the creator and the viewer. Her works are always large-scaled, but in her ‘installation practice,’ the size goes up a notch, with shiny sculptures adorning the entire rooms. “We are born out of chaos in darkness and come into the light– my process is much the same: I begin with a thousand pieces scattered on the ground, then working almost like a jigsaw puzzle, I pick them up one by one and allow each piece to come together organically and dictate the outcome.” Seccull has won multiple awards in the past decade and had a couple of solo exhibitions. You can follow her on Instagram and visit her website for more information. If you love metal sculptures, feel free to check out ‘Flower-ish Metal Sculptures of Animals by Taiichiro Yoshida’ and ‘Legendary Brian Mock’s Upcycling Masterpieces.’


‘Installation Practice’ – by Georgie Seccull

Photo credits: Georgie Seccull

‘Through the Dark’

‘Return to the Source’


A lady that bends metal and merge pieces cut from metal sheets to create the beasts of art

Catching some late afternoon rays

The Gatekeepers

Zenith & Nadir, 2020.


Cancer Rising

Dancing in the Dark

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